- scholastic aptitude test,
- schongauer, martin
Origin of scholiast
Examples from the Web for scholiast
A scholiast on Lucian's Dialogues of Courtesans let out the secret in a much later age.Myth, Ritual And Religion, Vol. 2 (of 2)|Andrew Lang
The scholiast of the latter gives a description of the process, which exactly answers to the Mexican delineation.John Rutherford, the White Chief|George Lillie Craik
The Scholiast seems correct in saying, ταις τον ‛αρματος περι την αντυγα, ενθα την οτασιν εχει ‛ο ‛ηνιοχος.The Tragedies of Euripides, Volume I.|Euripides
It is curious to observe how unconsciously the Scholiast connects Calphurnius and his family with Boulogne.Bolougne-Sur-Mer|Reverend William Canon Fleming
The like is mentioned by the Scholiast upon Lycophron, Εριννυς ἡ Δημητηρ εν Ογκαις πολει της Αρκαδιας τιμᾳται.
Word Origin for scholiast
"one who writes explanatory notes upon a classical writer," 1580s, from Late Latin scholiasta, from Late Greek skholiastes, from skholiazein, from skholion "explanatory note or comment," from skhole (see school (n.1)). Related: Scholiastic.